Asset Control last month introduced Swiftnet functionality to its data management services. The functionality will enable Swiftnet users to aggregate data, such as corporate actions and vendor-provided market data delivered over that network into the AC Plus survey, alongside other data sources, in both industry standard and proprietary formats. It will also simplifies the process of sharing data to select groups of recipients on Swiftnet. According to Ger Rosenkamp, CEO of Asset Control, “Swiftnet, as a single point of access to multiple data sources and as a global distribution medium, offers a vital expansion of our own AC Data Network Strategy.” This functionality will be available across the range of AC Plus solutions, including AC PriceMaster, AC SecurityMaster, AC CompanyMaster and AC Corporate Actions, as well as AC SmartFeed.
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